Islam discourages unnecessary mixed-gender intermixing:
No person (man) should be alone with a woman except when there is a Mahram with her.
Sahih Muslim 1341 c
A man is not alone with a woman but the third of them is Ash-Shaitan.
Jami` at-Tirmidhi 2165 [grade: sahih]
So relationships like "girlfriend" and "boyfriend" are not ...
The daily prayer times are "prescribed" in Islam, i.e., Muslims believe that they are required by Allah to perform their prayers at certain times. The Qur'an doesn't directly tell us to pray at precisely these times, but the requirements have been passed down from Muhammad or deduced from Islamic literature by scholars (see e.g. Islam Q&A).
I don't know a lot about your question but I know in some countries like Iran, transsexuals are allowed (by the law and religion) to perform surgery operations to change their sex. So they will have one fixed sex in their life.
This link is about one of these people:
And based on the wikipedia article ...
What you finally are asking for is not about human rights but some kind of self-justice which is clearly prohibitted in Islam.
A girl can't marry herself in Islam as per the majority of scholars and only a matrone (an experienced woman) could do so as per the hanafi madhhab.
If the girl can't convince her parents or more exactly her father which is her ...
I’m sorry to hear this, but that’s a sign that you’re a believer. Usually believers do feel fear when they do mistakes. And God knows that you feel regret and the doors of repentance are open, and He’s ready To forgive any sin that you committed.
Secondly, you can be far more intelligent and smarter than these guys and just, you know, try to manipulate ...
As‘salaamu alaikum, little sister.
With regard to the sin of lying, ask Allah for forgiveness and mend your conduct. That is, stop the practice of lying, period.
As a young woman of Faith, you should also leave off from communicating freely with laa mahram young men.
With regard to the young women whose faces you used, it is not clear to me from what you ...
It's important to note here that enjoining that which is good and forbidding that which is evil is not the same as being judgemental.
Allah does not like the public mention of evil except by one who has been wronged. And ever is Allah Hearing and Knowing.
If [instead] you show [some] good or conceal it or pardon an offense - indeed, Allah is ever ...
Firstly I ought to mention that your question looks opinion-based to some extent. Although it can be replied by the significance of the marriage. Anyhow, your last sentence could be considered as the most significant point. I mean:
I'm afraid of Allah, if I attain some sins.
In all probably or even definitely Allah will torture you if you delay your ...